PepsiCo Recalls Its Popular Zero Sugar Drink Because It Contains Full Sugar

Check the label before you drink it, especially if you're watching your sugar intake for medical reasons.

Pepsi has voluntarily recalled a total of 322 cases of Schweppes Zero Sugar Ginger Ale Caffeine Free because it discovered during an internal investigation that cans labeled as Zero Sugar contain full sugar. The recall was initiated on March 9 with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the investigation is ongoing.

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If you are watching your sugar intake for medical reasons, it may be dangerous for you to consume the recalled product. The FDA has not reported if there have been any illnesses or injuries related to the recall.

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The recalled products are 7.5-ounce cans of Schweppes Zero Sugar Ginger Ale Caffeine Free with the following codes that can be found on the products: May 20 24 MAY20240520VS02164 - MAY20240550VS02164. They were shipped to retail locations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Pepsi nor the FDA has provided information about whether the recalled products have been removed from store shelves. They may be still available for sale. Check the labels before you purchase. If you have purchased or have the recalled product, discard it or return it to the place of purchase for a refund.

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